Grain Hauler Hits the Road Again

I have a 1935 Chevrolet Master 1-ton truck that my grandfather bought new in 1935. It hauled grain 5-miles back-and-forth to the local elevator until 1967 when my father replaced it with a newer truck.

It’s been sitting in the shed on the farm since 1967. I am now in possession of the truck.

I purchased and installed six new BF Goodrich tires and took it to the mechanic to see if he could get it running. I also had the seat reupholstered. Low and behold it now runs and drives.

Orv Terhark

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